Blaise Kolbert
Blaise Kolbert
Blaise Kolbert
Blaise Kolbert
Blaise Kolbert




Canisius (HS) • NY
5-11 • 170LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Dirtbags


2022 National

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Physical: Lean, athletic 5-foot-11, 170lb frame with wiry strength found. 7.62 runner in the 60-yard dash.

Offensively: Advanced feel for the hit tool, starting at a wider, even stance with the hands in rhythm at the shoulder. Utilized a directional toe tap stride to initiate the bat head through a flat, twitchy path into the hitting zone. Maintinated low to mid 70’s bat speeds throughout the round, staying over the backside and letting an efficient swing produce hard contact to all fields. True top of the order intangibles, grinding out at-bats and living on a line to both gaps (45% line drive rate via Trackman). Increased feel for the top hand while hitting into a stiff front side, posting a T90 mph bat-exit velocity at his peak. 

Defensively: The shortstop demonstrated confident footwork, reading the ball off the bat and rounding it off right to left, downhill towards the target. Fielded cleanly off his left, funneling inward to a fluid H ¾ slot on the release (accurate, 85 mph arm, carry).


Physical: Lean, projectable 5-foot-11, 170-pound frame with feel for his body. 7.30 runner in the 60-yard dash. 

Offensively: LHH - The lefty started from a wide, slightly-bent stance with the hands flat over the shoulder; initiated the swing through a flat, horizontal path into the hitting zone yielding hard, line drive contact through the middle-pull side (42% line drive rate). Recorded a 311 foot top batted ball distance during batting practice to RCF while notching an 89 mph peak bat-exit velocity per Trackman Baseball. Impressive 74 mph average bat speed with ability to handle the barrel accurately in the approach offensively (69% on-plane efficiency).

Defensively: The primary shortstop featured above-average footwork with quality angles towards the target; soft glove hand worked in and outside his body with accuracy yielding quick transfers and a live, high ¾ arm strength across the diamond (high intent; 86 mph).


Physical: 5-foot-11, 156 pounds; lean, athletic build. 7.65 runner in the 60.
Offensively: LHH. Upright stance with feet even and hands start up over shoulder with a flat bat; toe tap stride gaining ground back to even while hands load straight back getting bat up to 45 degrees. aggressive lower half hitting into a stiff front side with quick hands with a flat path through the zone with a 1 hand finish.  stays behind the ball creating backspin gap to gap with some pull side pop; peak Trackman exit velocity of 90 MPH.
Defensively: Uses prep step ; active foot work playing through the ball routinely. soft glove fielding the ball in the middle of the body with smooth funnel action; long arm swing with the ability to shorten up and make the play on the run.  INF - 80 MPH.
Pitching: Builds momentum with a high leg lift and turn; gets into back side as drives out in line and accelerates through a repeatable release. Long, whippy arm action to a 3/4 release. FB: Peak velo of 81 MPH, while sitting 79-80 MPH. Plays heavy with a average vertical movement of 10 inches and 4.8 inches of horizontal movement. CB: 65-66 MPH. Tends to back up with 11-5 shape; averages 5.8 inches of vertical drop and 7.6 inches of horizontal movement. CH: 71-72 MPH. Maintains arm speed. CUT: 75-76 MPH. Commands glove side with tight break averaging 5.3 inches of horizontal movement.


Physical: 5-foot-11, 156-pounds. Lean; athletic frame.
Run: 7.74 runner in the 60.
Hit: LHH. Tall upright stance, even base, hands start high and work back on load along with medium stride towards pitcher Hands are quick through the zone, generates some loft with a slightly uphill swing plane, finishes with one hand.
Power: 90 MPH raw exit velocity. Sprays ball to all fields, hard contact to opposite field gap.
Defense: Small hop for timing, choppy footwork approaching the ball, fields the ball slightly inside his arm foot, smooth hands, good lateral movements.
Arm: Long arm swing with a high 3/4 slot. INF - 81 MPH.

Pitching Delivery: Builds momentum with a short drop step into a high leg lift where he coils the hips, sits into back leg, shoulders have tilt while staying in line to a repeatable follow through on a strong front leg .
Arm Action: Long arm action; drops down and back before getting up to a high 3/4 release.
FB: T80, 78-80 MPH. Commands down with arm side run.
SL: 67-69 MPH.
CH: 67-68 MPH. Tight, late break.


A lean 5-foot-11, 140 pounds projectable frame. Ran a 7.45 60 yard dash. Offensively- the left handed hitter uses a leg kick from balance and timing before attacking the baseball. Loose hands which are quick to the hitting zone. Displayed consistent hard contact during the hitting portion. Balanced throughout the swing and finishes in an upright position. Exit velocity was 77 MPH. Defensively- Solid infield actions. Above average transfer to a long ¾ arm action throw across the infield. Sets back on the ball right at him. Top throwing velocity was 70 MPH. Pitching- Displayed easy loose arm. A closed front side from the balance point, drives downhill with intent. Displays good FB command that peaked at 76 MPH. CB is an above average pitch at 58-60 MPH, and feel for a CH 65-66 MPH. The 2020 graduate is a must follow going forward. The dual player has the frame to increase all his measurables.

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